Bulandshahar News – In Bulandshahar, counting is done by making a roster. 462 tables are set up

The ballot papers are counted in Bulandshahr, 462 tables are set up
Bulandshahr After the three-stage Panchayat elections, the district administration prepared for the vote count. All ROs were ordered to do the vote count by making a list of gram panchayats. The candidates should also be made aware of the list so that the crowd does not gather in the counting center at the same time. Videography will also be made to avoid fraud in the counting of votes.
A three-tier panchayat election will be counted on May 2nd. For this purpose, three tables per Nyaya Panchayat were arranged by order of the district administration. As a result, a total of 462 tables for a total of 154 grams of panchayats will be arranged in the district.
Arrangements are being made for the count of the Sadar block at DAV Inter College, while a new fruit and vegetable market has been selected for the count of the Secunderabad block. All ROs have been instructed by the district election officer to compile the list according to the estimated time it will take to count one gram of panchayat while the list of grams of panchayats is being compiled. The time and date for the votes on this list to be counted should also be specified. Because of this, the candidates arrived at the counting center in their free time. This does not lead to unnecessary congestion in the centers, and the Kovid guidelines can also be followed.
The results of all Gramm Panchayats are not published in a day
This time, due to the corona epidemic, the count will be carried out via the duty roster system. Due to this, it will not be possible to publish the results in one day for 946 grams of Panchayats of the district, 52 stations of Zila Panchayat, 1315 stations of BDC, 12154 stations of Gramm Panchayat member. It is possible that the vote count for various posts of a few grams of Panchayats will be on May 3rd.
Deputy Electoral Commissioner of the Ramkumar Atri District = A total of 462 tables are placed on each Nyaya Panchayat according to three tables for counting. All ROs were instructed to vote by drawing up a duty roster. All candidates for the roster are made aware of this. To prevent a crowd from gathering on site, videography is also created while the votes are being counted in order to prevent fraud. The entire vote count can take more than a day.

The ballot papers are counted in Bulandshahr, 462 tables are set up

Bulandshahr After the three-stage Panchayat elections, the district administration prepared for the vote count. All ROs were ordered to do the vote count by making a list of gram panchayats. In addition, the candidates should be made aware of the list so that the crowd does not gather in the counting center at the same time. Videography is also taken to ensure that there is no fraud in the vote count.

A three-tier panchayat election will be counted on May 2nd. For this purpose, three tables per Nyaya Panchayat were arranged by order of the district administration. As a result, a total of 462 tables for a total of 154 grams of panchayats will be arranged in the district.

Arrangements are being made for the count of the Sadar block at DAV Inter College, while a new fruit and vegetable market has been selected for the count of the Secunderabad block. All ROs have been directed by the district election officer to compile the list according to the estimated time it will take to count one gram of panchayat while the list of grams of panchayats is being compiled. The time and date for the votes on this list to be counted should also be specified. Because of this, the candidates arrived at the counting center in their free time. This does not lead to unnecessary congestion in the centers, and the Kovid guidelines can also be followed.

The results of all Gramm Panchayats are not published in a day

This time, due to the corona epidemic, the count will be carried out via the duty roster system. Due to this, it will not be possible to publish the results in one day for 946 grams of Panchayats of the district, 52 stations of Zila Panchayat, 1315 stations of BDC, 12154 stations of Gramm Panchayat member. It is possible that the vote count for various posts of a few grams of Panchayats will be on May 3rd.

Deputy Electoral Commissioner of the Ramkumar Atri District = A total of 462 tables are placed on each Nyaya Panchayat according to three tables for counting. All ROs were instructed to vote by drawing up a duty roster. All candidates for the roster are made aware of this. To prevent a crowd from gathering on site, videography is also created while the votes are being counted in order to prevent fraud. The entire vote count can take more than a day.

.

Leave a Reply